Updated at 6:10 pm:
The Marquette Police Department has identified several suspects from a meth lab discovered in the city on Tuesday.
The lab was inside the Presque Isle Place Apartments at 1950 Presque Isle Avenue.
A caretaker found possible meth lab components in one of the apartments shortly before 1:30 pm Tuesday.
The caretaker called police, and it was indeed a meth lab.
Marquette Police Det. Sgt. Doug Heslip says the lab had chemicals like drain cleaner, stripper and some acid, as well as plastic bottles consistent with meth manufacture.
However, the lab was not active at the time.
The Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team secured the scene and cleaned up the chemicals.
A meth lab was also found at the Presque Isle Place Apartments back on October 19th.
Police say the lab found Tuesday was in an apartment different from the one that had a lab in it three months ago, and they say there’s no connection with the October incident.
The Marquette Police say another meth lab has been discovered in the city.
It was at the Presque Isle Place Apartments at 1950 Presque Isle Avenue.
Maintenance workers at the complex found what they believed was a possible meth lab Tuesday afternoon while doing work in an apartment.
When Marquette Police and the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team arrived, they confirmed that the unit did indeed contain a meth lab.
However, the lab was not operational at the time.
UPSET detectives collected and disposed of the chemicals.
Police say possible suspects have been identified and the investigation is ongoing.
We’ll have more about this at 5:30 on ABC 10 News Now.